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Harla00n "Pinewood Derby" results: Cuppy0000Gro0000 FARM SAL Hickerson (Bill). (4.) This 5-ounce racer was too heavy. Scout leader, Dick Stevens, is shown drilling away excess weight. (5.) Track builder, Mike Sclunidt, left, and Jaycee helper, Ernie Lefeber, at work putting together the 12-yard two lane track. (6.) Scout leader, Bob Brown, and Jaycee helper, John Erickson, busy weighing and registering in the contestants. Another Pinewood Derby is scheduled for Sunday, April 27 at the Cub Scout "fun fair" at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. Scveral hundred racers from the cub scout district are expected. The Don Orme family were Sunday dinner guests of John Campains in Council Bluffs. Arthur Andersen of Kimballton visited Harold Andersens Sunday afternoon. Kenneth Lees were Sunday dinner guests of Terry Gumberts in Omaha. Harold Andersens, Lawrence Gnndy and Mrs Margaret Foote visited Larry Gundys Monday night to help David Andersen celebrate his birthday. 47 Harlan youngsters participated in the "Cub Scout Pinewood Derby Championship Races" at Westridge School on Sunday, April 13. This News-Advertiser photo feature shows activity at the races: (1.) Four cub scouts look over the entries. (2.) Part of the mothers, dads, sisters, brothers and friends that turned out to watdh 'em run. (3.) The champions -- ( 1 to r) First: Steve Moody (Wayne), Second: Randy Seebach (Dale), Third: Dennis C2ristiansen (Gary), Fourth: Scott Davis (Jerry), Fifth: Danny EUNICE CIRCLE MEETS Eunice Circle met with Mrs Marshall Nelson in Harlan Tuesday afternoon. There were five members present. The May meeting wilt be with Mrs Gaylord Johnson. Happy Home club met with Mrs Marlene Sondergaard as hostess Wednesday afternoon. 'Ihere were seven members present and one visitor, Mrs Gaylord Johnson, who joined the club. The May meeting will be with Mrs Wayne Corzatt. Allan Knudsens visited Gaylord Johnsons Tuesday night. With our Servicemen : : BLOCK IN THAILAND U.S. AIR FORCES, Thailand -- Airman First Class Ronald N. Block, son of Mr and Mrs Nels Block Jr., 2306 Ninth St.. Harlan, Iowa, is on duty at Takhli Royal Thai AFB, Thailand. Airman Block, a jet engine mectlamc, is in a unit of the Pacific Air Forces. Before his arrival in Thailand, he was assigned to the 4519th Combat Crew Training Squadron at McConnell AFB, Kan. The airman is a graduate of Harlan Com- munity high school. Having rented out my farm, I will sell at Public Auction at my place miles west of Elk Horn, Ia. and 1A mie south; or 12 miles east of Corley & on Co. R. J on-- Thursday, April 24 SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 1:00 P.M. Lunch on grounds, Rorbeck Homemakers Club NOTE: There are not many small miscellaneous items, so come will start selling machinery at the start of the sale. FARM MACHINERY -- 1953 W-D Allis, in good shape -- 1952 shape, 2-way pr. steering -- JD 14T Baler -- Two Chutes -- JD No. 8 V-Type Mower -- John Deere 4-Bar Rake -- 11' 6'In. Olive Grain Drill Seeder -- Bearcat PTO Hammer Mill -- No. 20 Grain-O-Vator -- 20-Ft. Wigness with Motor -- 200 IH Manure Spreader -- Portable Post Driver with ,Motor Planter with Fertilizer and Insecticide Applicator -- 15-Ft. Ford Tandem Disk -- 16-Ft. John Deere Disk -- 6-Section Harrow with Drag Evener -- IHC Plow -- 8 x 11 Bale Skid -- Allis 2-16-in. Mounted Plow -- 2-Row Allis 8-Ft. Spring Tooth -- 2 Steel Flare Wagons, Rubber Gears -- Barge Box with Rubber Gear -- Trailer4ype Weed Sprayer -- 2-wheel Trailer -- Tractor 38 & 12 x 34 -- 6 H.P. Briggs Engine -- Box for 3-4 Ton GMC Pickup Wide FrO or WD Alli.s -- 4" Grain Auger with Motor and Hopper -- No. 555A 3-14 John draulic Plow -- No. F931 John Deer'e Hoe Cart, Hydau)i with New Hoe Bar No. 953 Wagon with New Tires -- New 185 Bu. Dakon Gravity Wagon Box. ' GRAIN -- 400 Bushels Shelled Corn -- 600 Bushels Ear Corn In pile Bushels Cherokee Oats. MISCELLANEOUS -- Several 3-inch Bridge Stringers -- Speed Ja Vents -- 2 Gas Chick Brooders -- Water Tank -- Several Rolls Good Woven Bushel Self Feeder, Lee Type, near new. CONSIGNED BY EGON SIMONSEN -- 1960 14-Ft. Massey Ferguson No. 92 Grain Head; Good shape 1960 IHC 560 Diesel. Fast Hitch, Fluid, Radio, Pistons. Sleeves, Crank Shaft; Wide Front; De Luxe Fenders, Heat Houser Harrow -- with Lindsay Cart; Near New. 13' 4" Ford Tandem Disk, 18" new -- 4-Row John Deere Hoe -- with Noble Evener -- 4-Row JD 490 Planter, Attachments. TERMS: Cash. Not responsible in case of accidents. Verner Hansen & Warren Jacobsen, Auct. Ronald Hansen & Leonard Stee, KENNETH POTTS :::::i::i:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i:::::::i:i::i::::ii:i:::i:::::::::::::: Events at Irwin by HELEN VAN ASSELT Mrs Goldie McGee spent last week at Mountain Home Ark., with her brother and wife, Carl Baades. Enroute home she visited Herb McGees at Springfield, Mo. She also visited her daughter, Mrs Elsie Horst, who is confined to the Atlantic hospital after a heart attack. Callers the past week on Van Anthonys were Ray Anthonys, Mrs Helene McGraw and Mrs Selma Steckelberg and Claus Hansen of Aspinwall. Mayer Knudsons and Mr and Mrs Carl Weise attended the 50th wedding anniversary of Win. Kocks at Vail Sunday. Enroute home they visited Mrs Tilda Brue at the Plaza in Manning. ATTEND WEDDING Alice Prehm and Mrs W. Poynter of Harlan accompanied Mrs LaVerne Steenhusen to Omaha Saturday where she attended the wed- cling of Virginia Davis to Dennis Barseley of Neola at Kuntze Memorial Lutheran church. Virginia is the daughter of the former Laura Hansen of Irwin. The Firemen held their regular meeting Tuesday night with good attendance. Archie Robinson was in charge of the business meeting. A First Aid emergency child birth film was shown. The men had pizza after their meeting at the fire station. Warren Hansens visited his mother. Mrs Trena Hansen, at the Plaza in Manning Sunday afternoon. They were supper guests of Norman Petersens along with Vernon Auens of Carroll. LEGION AUXILIARY MEETING The Am Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening at the community hall. Eighteen members were present, Mrs Ancfl Crouch and Mrs Erie Will advanced the colors and Mrs Homer Clark gave prayer. Mrs Dale Murray presided at the business meeting. Memorial services for Decoration Day will be held at the cemetery. Cards were reported sent to Mrs Ray Gans and Mrs C. M. Carter. Mrs Danley Thompson displayed the lap robes and scuff booties site had made for the State School at f, lenwood. Lunch was served by Mrs Pearl Blaw and Mrs Gene Blair. Mrs Agnes McConnell held the lucky tray after lunch, the ladies made out their annual reports. Raymond Andersens accompanied Carl A. Andersens to Murdock, Neb., last Sunday where they visited Chuck Cantrells. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Tuesday afternoon guests of Walter An- dersens in Harlan to help Mrs Andersen celebrate her birthday were Mrs John Steenhusen, Mrs Peter Steenhusen, Mrs Gus Fassell of Holstien, Mary Welsch and Josphine Andersen of Des Moines. Among out of town guests attending the Willadsen-Wright wedding Saturday evening were: the Jack Wright family, Frost Wrights, Kathryn Slater, Sondra Allen, Nancy Hick, Dennis Slaters and John Kottermans, all of Red Oak; Messrs and Mines Virgil Hern and Orville Erujy of Spencer; Hans Willadsen and boys of Ocheyeden; John Foire and daughter of Bed- ford; Ted Larson of Nevada; Lars Willadsen of Heightstown, N.J.; Dean Kiesler and family of Prescott; George and Dayle Feridley of Kent; Marvin Richardson of Bonaparte; the Don Petersen family of Manly: Clayton Blinkmans of Manly, Rick Barrs of Stanton; Carolyn Gaer of Omaha; Izola Jenkins of Villisca; Roger J. Carlsons of Des Moines; Patricia Welander of Blair, Neb., Mrs Irene Petersen of Ringsted; the Franklin Walter family and James Waiters Sr., both of Nodaway. Elmer Olsons of Newell spent the weekend with Clarence Olsons. Additional Saturday supper guests were Andrew Anvicks, Mr and Mrs C. R. Wigness of Harlan and Marion Ash of Omaha. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Elmer Pedersen in Kirkman were Messrs and Mines Virgil Wiley and family, Cliff Larsen, Jack Pedersen of Des Moines, and David Pedersen of Ankeney. Richard Lees of Avoca called in the afternoon. Carl Larsens visited Harry Fishers in Manning Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Gearld Goetz visited Charlie Adams Monday. Mr and Mrs Chris Wilg were both patients at Myrtue hospital last week. Mrs Wiig returned home Sunday and callers since her return have been Mines Itse, Mayer Knudson, Tom Barratt, Clara Moss, Miss Kumpft, Kalmer Knudson and Richard and Ronnie Wiig. Mrs Howard Jensen of Hawaii called her mother Tuesday. Chris returned home Wednesday. BIRTHDAY DINNER Sunday dinner guests of Henry Olsons in honor of his birthday were Clarence Olsons, Elmer Olsons, Mrs C. Itse, Anna Olson, Harry Hamre, Gertie Jensen, Merle Wigg of Harlan, Lucile McCord and Alva Olson of Harlan. Tuesday afternoon guests of Merrill Axlands for her birthday were Messrs and Mmes Andrew Anvick, Bennie Hansen, Martin Axland and Olga Hansen. Evening guests were Mrs Itse, Messrs and Mmes Clarence Olson, Henry Olson, Dan Holloway, and Lynn Gaskill and sons. Clarence Olsons and Elmer Olsons of Newell went to Benson, Minn., Thursday to visit Andrew Thompsons. See our stock of OFFICE DESKS & CHAIRS for immediate delivery. On display at Hartan Office Equipmen at Harlan Newspapers STOCKS-- BONDS COMMODITIES MUTUAL FUNDS LATEST QUOTATIONS R. G. DICKINSON & CO. Carroll, la. Bob Schaben Registered Representative Office Phone -- 712.792-9271 Cell Collect Come in... and Redeem your ORTHO Coupon 00Here'. 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